Published on December 9, 2013 by Amy
“We are committed to providing all students with a well-rounded education that instills respect for human dignity and diversity, validates the history and culture of all ethnic groups and encourages students and parents to actively participate in the learning process.”
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Since 1992, the Ya Ne Dah Ah School has striven to teach, preserve, and rejuvenate the Ahtna Athabascan language, culture, songs, dances, earth stewardship, and history of Chickaloon Village. Using traditional methods, the cultural teacher, Athabascan Elders, parents, and community members teach our language, traditional values, ethics, and cultural traditions to our future generations. These methods combined with a high quality academic curriculum meet the needs of our youth by helping them gain an understanding of western educational principles.
The Ya Ne Dah Ah School is an independent school that views Native Education as an important asset to all children’s learning. The YNDA School has developed cultural standards that include not only western educational standards but have our Athabascan traditional values and beliefs. Each grade level has a unique and individual curriculum standard for inspiring each child’s level of achievement.